Wednesday, November 9, 2011

NCIS Episode 7: Devil's Triangle

It's been a long time since I posted an update on this very blog and I apologize for long delay because of the busy schedule I had right now but rest assure an update will be posted weekly when I can.

NCIS Episode 7 is entitled the "Devil's Triangle" as it involves Jethro Gibb's AND FBI Agent Tobias Fornell's ex-wife Diane who is now married to Victor Sterling who works for Homeland Security who went missing. Since both of her ex's where working for law enforcement agencies so she decided to approach them both first.

This is the second time that the show featured one of the Gibb's ex-wives (the first ex-wife to appear would be Gibbs' fourth and final marriage was to Stephanie Flynn on Season 5 episode 3 entitled "Ex-File"). This episode is quite hilarious because of the tension between the Diane and her ex-husbands. The case when the team was able to find Victor Sterling which was held captive by the suspects.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

My Impression on Ted Danson's debut on CSI

My impression on Ted Danson's character D.B. Russell is a bit loose and lighthearted person yet has good balance of investigating skills comparable to CSI New York's Mac Taylor. Although he is still adjusting to his new team, it has shown that he can get along with other members of the team while maintaining authority over team (like treating all members of the team for breakfast is one).

As a long time CSI follower, Danson's character might be the best person to lead the Las Vegas graveyard shift since Gil Grissom (Dr. Raymund Langston may have some of the scientific skills similar to Grissom's yet his character has dark side to which "alienate" some of the show's fans).

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Criminal Minds: Core members are back

I am glad the that producers of Criminal Minds has decided to bringing back the whole cast to the delight of the most fans as Season 7 has started. The premiere episode of new season is considered a closure to last season's finale on which lead to people thinking that Paget Brewster will be leaving the show permanently while A.J. Cook will be coming back to reprise her role as agent Jennifer "JJ" Jarreu- but I assume with this development, it might be better for the show to keep the core cast intact for now.

For those who are wondering what would happen with Agent Ashley Seaver (played by Rachel Nichols), According to Wikipedia, Nichols's contract was not included for season seven, and her character departed the show off-screen. It was mentioned during the episode that he was being transferred into another unit within the FBI.

You can read an in depth review and discussion about the premiere episode on ScreenRant

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Alana De La Garza Returns on CSI:Miami; Mac Taylor's late wife finally revealed

CSI: Miami and New York franchises will have a similar feature on there upcoming seasons as both shows' lead protagonists will feature their respective late wives. Alana de la Garza will reprise her role as Marisol Delko-Caine. Her return to CSI:Miami will play a part in resolving last season's cliff-hanger, in which Horatio was also shot. So, does Marisol appear in a dream? Who knows CSI Miami season 10 will premiere on September 25, 2011.

On a similar note, CSI: New York's Mac Taylor (played by Gary Sinise) will also have some "flashback" treatment from her late wife Claire Taylor which will be played by Jaime Ray Newman (of General Hospital and Eastwick). Claire died during the terrorist attack will appear in flashbacks during the show's Season 8 premiere, which honors the 10th anniversary of 9/11. CSI:New York returns on Sept. 23, 2011.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Ted Danson to replace Laurence Fishburne on CSI

This news really caught my attention:

"In a surprise casting, multi-award winning actor and television icon Ted Danson has agreed to join season 12 of ‘CSI’. Danson will take the place of Laurence Fishburne – who announced he would be leaving the series last month."  --
What the hell is the producers of CSI thinking? I mean they could have literally save the show by getting the person to be the face of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and that is William Petersen to reprise the iconic character Gil Grissom. Every CSI fan would agree with me on this one.

I get it. Ted Danson can give the show some new direction but heck they already did that with Laurence Fishburne which was okay but still the rating are not as good when Grissom was still the man,